Child Safety Link provides help and support to community partners like Family Resource Centres, Public Health Staff and other family service staff to help families keep their children safe from serious injuries at home.
We know that children from birth to age four are injured most often at home. Through the provision and creation of tools and resources, and capacity building throughout our networks, Child Safety Link hopes to increase the profile of injury prevention for young children in the home.
Parents and caregivers are interested in information about what they can do to make their homes safer places for children. Information relating to the age and developmental stage of their children is most easily absorbed, as it addresses immediate risks, not those that are possible in a year’s time.
New! CSL has recently updated its Home Safety Curriculum training program for Family Resource Staff, Public Health Staff and other family support professionals. For more information, click here or on “Home Safety Curriculum” below.
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